Sharp-shooters - the Swans' top scorers in the Premier League

28th September

Gylfi Sigurdsson recently claimed a Swansea City record when he scored his 26th Premier League goal for the club.
But who else has found the target on a regular basis since the Swans were promoted from the Championship 11 years ago?
Here is the top 10.

Gylfi Sigurdsson - 26 goals in 92 appearances
The Icelander leads the way having netted his 26th Premier League Swans goal in the recent draw with Chelsea - and the good news is that he is pledging to score a few more.
Sigurdsson first arrived at the Liberty on loan from Hoffenheim in January 2012, and immediately added another dimension to Brendan Rodgers's attack.
A move to Spurs followed that summer, but Sigurdsson returned two years later and has been one of the Swans' star performers ever since.
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Wilfried Bony - 25 goals in 54 appearances
The man with the best goals-to-game ratio in the Premier League history of Swansea City is Bony.
The Swans agreed a £12 million deal to get the Ivorian striker from Vitesse Arnhem in 2013.
He left 18 months later - having scored an impressive 25 goals in 54 top-flight games - to join Manchester City in a package worth up to £28 million.
A powerhouse frontman with a silky touch and sharp finishing ability, Bony was a fine servant.

Michu - 20 goals in 52 appearances
Sadly, Michu's spectacular Swans career ended following a succession of ankle problems.
Even so, the Spanish forward - he was signed as an attacking midfielder but ended up leading the line for much of his time at the Liberty - made a huge impression on the Premier League.
Signed from Rayo Vallecano for just £2.2million, Michu did enough during his stay in Wales to land a Spain cap as well as a Capital One Cup winners' medal.
A hard-working player who set the tempo for his team, Michu inspired the Swans in 2012-13 thanks to his class in front of goal.

Nathan Dyer - 17 goals in 132 appearances
He may have spent the majority of last season on loan at Leicester, but wideman Dyer still features high in the list of Swans goalscorers in the Premier League.
Dyer arrived at the Liberty when Roberto Martinez's Swans were trying to find their feet in the Championship, but he took the step up to the top flight in his stride.
He scored five important goals in the club's first Premier League season. Dyer's best campaign was 2013-14, when he scored a very healthy six league goals.

Danny Graham - 15 goals in 54 appearances
The Swans paid £3.5million to land Graham from Watford following promotion to the Premier League in 2011.
What was then a club-record fee proved money well spent, for Graham scored 12 league goals in his first year at the Liberty - a contribution which went a long way towards ensuring the Swans stayed in the top division.
Three more league strikes followed in the first half of the following campaign before Graham left for Sunderland in a £5million deal.

Wayne Routledge - 13 goals in 160 appearances
The much-travelled wideman who finally found a home at Swansea City had, surprisingly, never scored a Premier League goal when he moved to South West Wales in the summer of 2011.
That statistic was wiped out the following January, when he netted at Aston Villa to help Rodgers' Swans to the club's first away league triumph since promotion from the Championship.
His best season in terms of top-flight goals scored was 2012-13, when he netted six times.

Bafetimbi Gomis - 13 goals in 64 appearances
Still a Swans player even though he is currently on loan at Marseille, Gomis may yet return to add to his tally.
At present it stands at 13 league goals in Swans colours, with 36 of his 54 top-flight appearances being starts.
Gomis has managed a few memorable strikes during his time as a Swan, with winners coming against Arsenal twice and Manchester United twice.

Andre Ayew - 12 goals in 34 appearances
A free transfer signing from Marseille in 2015, Ayew departed after just one season as a Swan, signing for West Ham in a £20.5million deal this summer.
Signed as a wideman, Ayew spent much of his sole Swansea season playing in a more central role.
His 12 league goals made him the Swans' top scorer in 2015-16 - and played an important part in making sure the club ended a difficult season in mid-table.

Ki Sung-Yueng - 10 goals in 96 appearances
Signed for £5.5million from Celtic back in 2012, Ki did well during his first season as a Swan - a very successful campaign for the club as a whole - but failed to find the target.
When he was sent on loan to Sunderland early in the following season, there were some doubts over whether he would ever score in Swans colours.
But Ki returned with a bang in 2014-15, netting no fewer than eight Premier League goals as he landed the player of the year gong at the Liberty.
After bagging only two goals last term, Ki hopes to get back on the scoring trail in 2016-17.  

Jonjo Shelvey - 10 goals in 79 appearances
The Swans paid Liverpool £5million for Shelvey in the summer of 2013.
A player with huge talent, Shelvey had an eye for the spectacular goal - an extraordinary 45-yard strike against Aston Villa being the highlight.
Shelvey left to join Newcastle in a £12million deal last January having won a handful of England caps while playing for the Swans - a feat no other player has ever achieved.